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Oaklands Mail Services. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

OaklandsMail Services. ARRIVAL OF MAILS. Monday.—12.40 p.m. trbm Sydney; G.30- p.m. from Overton Settlers. Tuesday.—12.40 p.m., Sydney; ,.2;30 &,m., Jerilderie; midnight, Corowa and avsdale. Wednesday.—8 31- a-.m , Cockelgedong; 12.40 p.m., Sydney; 3.30 p.m, Berrigan Thursday.—2.45 a.m., Berrigan; 12.40 Bjn.; Sydney; midnight, Corowa and aysdale. Friday—1240 p.m., Sydney; 2.30 p. m„ Jerilderie. Salurday.—830 a.m, Cocketpedong; 12.40 p.m., Sydney; midnight, Corowa" •■ml Daysdale. Sunday—8.30 p.m. Berrigan.

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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CHAPTER XXIII. Death of the Fakir—Seaton Under Arrest. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

CHAPTER XXIII. Death of the'Fakir—Seaton Under Arrest, "That shadow seem'd, For each seem'd either, black it stood as night, • Pierce as ten, furies, terrible as hell, And shook a'dreadful dart! "—Milton. ! „D?y after day'a small and always I diminishing -band of mutineers wero blng pursued between the hills or along tho river's banks, four large parties following upon their tracks. Weary and hungry, the remnant wore hunted from cover to cover; again and,again they had crossed the river only to he chased back to the'other side again. • - ■ Amidst he Bloom of descending night one solitary man skulked from bush to bush, and what a night to oe put in, without shelter or food! The gushing and roaring of waters, tho mountains hidden with a thick dark ness, lit up every now and again by flashes of lightning. Staggering on wards, the solitary -figure groped Its .way grasping firmly with tho left .hand a jewelled tulwar At last he came to a slanting tree that leaned over a brawling arm of t...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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DEPARTURE OF MAILS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

DEPARTURE OF MAILS. Monday—9 a.m. Sydney, Wagga, T.P.O.: Urana, Locbhart, The' Rock;' 2,30 p.m. Overton Settlers. Tuesday—9 a.m., Sydney; Wagga, etc., 3 p.m., Cocketgedong; 9-30. p.m., Berri gan. ■ -Wednesday,-r9 a.m., Sydney, Wagga etc.; 9 a.m. Jerilderia and Gum Swamp Thursday.—9 a.m., Sydney, Wagga, otc.; 2.80 p.m., Overton Settlers; 9.30 p.m.,: Corowa and Daysdale. ' Friday,—9 a.m., Sydney, Wagga, etc., "3 p.m., Cocketgedong. -Saturday.—9 a.m., Sydney, Wagga, Urana,- etc.; 9 a.m., Jenlderio and Gum .Swamp; 9.30 p.m., Berrigan. "Sunday.—3 p.m., Corowa and Days dale. Communication to Oaklands Post Office by telephone and telegraph.

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CHAPTER XXII. Received by the Rhanee. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

CHAPTER XXII, Received by the Rhanee. That Seaton . was surprised it is scarcely necessary to say. Before him stood a tall, stately wo man of great beauty robed in re^al style in all the Eastern magnificence of royal .pomp.' The Sergeant had seen much that was marvellous' dur ing his sojourn in India, "but in no in stance had he been so astonished as now when he found .himself in the presence of the powerful Rhanes of Bursham. "Soldier," she said, speaking in pure Englisli, "you liave done me a great service, and berore y.ou leave the territory of Bursham, I desire to thank you." The soldier bent low, but did not speak, for amazement kept him si lent. "Do not look surprised at recognis ing in me an Englisli woman in this position. It was my own choice, and, happy or unhappy, must he carried out to tlie end. But you have risked your life in my service, and must not quit my presence without re ward." "Take this," and, while speaking, she placed in his hands a small ivory case of must ...

Publication Title: Urana Independent And Clear Hills Standard, The
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COREEN-SAVERNAKE MAIL SERVICE. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

COREEN-SAVERNAKE MAIL SERVICE. A new time-table has been directed between' Coreen and Savernake, from 19th March. Mail will leave Coreen every .Wednesday and Saturday at. 6 p,m., arriving at Savemake 10 ' a.m. Reiurn, leave Savernake every Wednes day and Saturday at 2 p.m., arriving &t Coreen 6 p.m.

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RAINFALL. The following is the record of [?] rainfall at Urana since 1870:— [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

K AINFAtiJL. 11 The'following is-the record-ol-: ho " -• rainfall - aHJrana since 1870:— ' v i >-aear. ' mutual* 1870 36.03 .1871 21.08 .1872 ,28.78 . , . ,1873 18.80 .*874 17.56 , , 1876 24.57 1876 11.24 1877 15.07 ' it>;8 : 19.08 18'.. ' 18.09 , , 1880 , 15.76 1 ! -1881 ' "14.45 .'1882 ' 16.44 - - ^1888 - - 18.25 llb84 ' 11.44 ' »1885 13.87 1,r18P6 13.95 • 18? 1> »• , 28.84 ■ 18j8 j. 110.64 , .1889, • i 28.81 1890 ; 17.93 1891 ■ ' r. 22.60 1892 19.77 1893 17.61 - , 1894 2V..29 1895 13.14 „ 1896 14.90 1897 9.48 1898 ... < ... 836 1899 , , 11.11 * 1900 ^ 20.15 1 '1901 14.12 1902 10.48 "1908 18.19 „ 1904 ..J 14.91 > 1905 18.42 -1906 - 21.85 1907 - ; 11.86 . j '1908 13.48 1909 16.14 1910 15.60 >1911 15.98 -t • ,1912 - 18.92 • 1913 (to date) ... 9 80 y,z Average lor 89 years—17 ■ inches. "Widgiewa records for the four years preceding are as follows:— .1866 17.94 ' 1867 19.84 1868 ... ... 12.86 1869 16.37 Rainfall for 1912:—January, .60) Feb ruary, 2.48; March....

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

UEAm. j3annc3!3naE3EanDn00PGaa Mrs M. J. Tmeey, PROPRIETRESS □□□□□□□□□□naaanaa 'IN-THANKING thq Public for past Sup;port, solicits aContinuance of. the <• Patronage fc>r the future. 'ONLY THE BEST BRANDS OF WINES AND SPIRITS KEPT. . • 1 Commodious'Stabling and Attendant. . . ■ *- • . • 's./Hooking* Oflico. for Oakiands-Dajsdale- Corowa,- and 1 Mucra^OoacUes. •■■j 'lArrangements can be made with: Mr. .. S.-liootgomery. for. Hiring of Vehicles.; CAB MEETS 'ALL ! TRAINS. :KOTIOK. .-■I hereby, gire-Nutice tint POlSl'N is sid iu uiy. t.iddooku. . - . P. D: FEAliEY. . Molx.l.yn, 33) h June, 1811. NOTICE. -WHEREAS- a < Section of the" Public are <ini-.the . .habit > of ^leaving open Rabbit ?roof Gates on Station Boundary Fences, hereby give final notice that legal proceedings will be taken against any one leaving said gates open after this date. . F. E. WHITEHEAD. Butherwah, February' 27th, '1909. iNotioe. ANYONE--found Shooting,-Hunting, or otherwiia...

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PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services for the Month. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH. Services' for the- Month. I, .?l8l;;SundaY-rBoree Creek, .11 ;am.; •Urana, 7.80 p.m. ' v - ' " Saturday; Evening—Coonong. Station. • ..Second 'Sunday—GUreo, ,230 rp.m. Buridure" Station,'8 p.m. ' ! Third Sunday.—Clear Hills, 2 p.m.;, Urana, 7.30 p.m. , Fourth Sunday—Urana, XI a.m.; Ran1 nd Swamp, 3 p.m.

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

AT TIMES UNCONSCIOUS. . " I have been constantly attacked with colic, at tinvs being unconscious," writpS Mr Alex. J. Cresswel!, Store keeper, Biireguira, Vic, " Chamberlain'B 'Colic, and Diarrhoea Remedy gives me | . instant relief Mid I would not be with out a bottlp in the house. I have1 • recommended it to friends and custom 's who have always obtained the same results as myself—immediate relief and cure." ^ Sold overywhoro. ■ .Woods' Great Peppermint Cure, For Coughs ana Colds, never fails, X/G

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FALLOWING PAYS. A Farmer's Testimony. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

FALLOWING PAYS. A Farmer's Testlmony. "There is no doubt tallowing pays," said'Mr. W. JacobB, Nemlngha,' 'dis cussing his wheat methods recently. As the testimony of a practical farmer wh has been following the system for year's, it is worth repeating. "We adopt the short fallow system, plough ing at once after harvest. I make a rule to start early in January, if not before, ploughing deep at first and then working shallower. Yes, I har row after rain. You must conserve moisture, you- know. I think as good results are obtained by a deep plough ing and then cultivating with the spring-tooth as by deep ploughing fol lowed by skim ploughing, and I pre fer the cultivator because it is cheap er. I like May for sowing, and early ploughing is therefore necessary. If the season is grow thy, we feed off with sheep. You need sheep on the wneat farm, especially if the ground is well worked, for stuff grow.g well then, hoth before and after sowing. Asked if he followed a rotation, this farmer s...

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"The Luck of Jack Seaton." A TALE OF MILITARY LIFE IN INDIA. (All Rights Reserved.) CHAPTER XXI. Attack on the Maiden Tower. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

fg?/The-Liick of • i*'\ ■ Jack .Seaton.' A TALE OF MILITARY LIFE ' INDIA. » ' By MAJOR, R. STIRLJNG. Z'j Author of "Thp Bonnia Belle of I "i ' r Watley." • RiS^ts Reserved.) c { CHAPTER"1 XXI.* -'[* Attack on tKe* Maiden Tower. ' - It was still, daylight when • the! eie-' 'ipliant, bearing, the strange pair of , travellers, entered a deep gorge at fi. •• tne base of a' high projecting preci pice. Tlio animal was- made to halt, . and the two dismounted, the . Fakir, turning to his-companion, saying: "Stand still. See yon giddy height, Jack Seaton. Yoii will have to scale it if you wish to save the life of th-» young lady. I may. tell you that you 1 are now in the territory of the Rajah of Bursham, This is one of his cas - ties, devoted to the sole use bt maiden ladles. Miss Allington was' placed there by the. Rhanee Amullan for protection, but somehow, the Rajah has become enamored with ,lier beau ty, and is presently at . the .lipper side of the tower trying, to for.ee, an en / ■ tr...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

Thoso beautiful instru ments are made specially to our own design on oar sixty year*' experience. They are constructed of durable materials, and we guarantee tbora to stand in tune and give years of satisfaction. We sell VICTOR PIANOS on easy terms. Catalogue and Price List is post free. SS8 GEORGE ST, S Y D N E Y. and at Newcaitle, I/ismore, &o. E^sr Tk3~ C. W. DUSSTAN, AGEHT.

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Urana Shire Council. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

Urana Sliire Council. The ordinary monthly meeting of the Urana Shire Council was held on Thursday, 5th June the following Councillor*, being pre sent :—Crs C. H. McCulloch (Pre sident,( F. E. Whitehead, C. M. Macknight,. H-. C. Skene, S. Ro* bertson, A;-K. Trethowan, W. McGeoch and P. Patey. <£'. »" . Correspondence. ' •' Fionv R. Edwards, Otklnnds, iii re the'} resumption of portion of his 1 .nd for road; •purposes' ' n From H. Grainer, Boree Crook, stating it was intended to erect a now Ohuroh at Boroo Creek.—Referred to Engineer. From R. A. Cornell, Cullivel, asking that road betweon J. Ool trail's original ana additional holdings lie made available fur traffic. Cotl rell, ho said, hud it fenced in three places and portion of it under crop.-'-The Council ruled that if any ob structions existed across a road they must be removed, and tho Engineer was in structed to inspect. From S. Montgomery, Orana, asking for snivel footpath across The Flab to hiB residence.—To be at...

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Tumbarumba Timber. MINISTER PROPOSES STATE SAWMILLS. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

Tumoarumba Timber. MINISTER PROPOSES STATE SAWMILLS. A deputation from Tumbarumba pointed out to the Minister for Works thlfi afternoon that the timber cf thut district should be used in connection with the construction of the line of railway from Wagga to Tumbarumba. It was contended that the timber was not only every bit as durable aa that, ot the North Coast, but by UBing it the Government would be saving ■ 40 per cent, in the cost. SawmillerB stated they were prepared to do what they promised. The table and floor in the Minister's room carried a number of pieces of timber which were declared to huve seen many years' service, and were still sound. The only ash obtainable in the district was mountain, and the Minister was assured he would always be bupplied with the real article. There were about 300,000 acres of 600,000 acres of forest which, contain ed mountain ash solely. The Minister said that tho timber question was one of the most difficult problems of his department. Millio...

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

For Children's Hacking Cough at Wight Woods' Great Peppermint Cv*e,- 1/d,

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Advertising [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

Buy Yoiif K©quiF©sn@Mts FOR Autumn and W inter FROB^a luldoon Lady's Coats & Golfers Nowest Fashions and Best Styles, caro fully choson and finely priced. Dress Materials Nico Ilango of NEW GOODS.—Usoful Tweeds, Fiishionablo Whipcords and Ottomans, > i Blankets &, Rug's Full Ilango of Wliilo and Colourod Blonkola. Australian and Neiv Zoa land Rugs, Flannels and Flannolottos of ovory description. Men's Overcoats Tweed Chestorlields, woll mada and Fashionably Cut, at LOWEST POS SIBLE PRICES. Roliablo Oilskins and Waterproofs. Boots & Siloes Thoroughly Good Vuluoa Throughout, notwithstanding tho advances on Leathor. . • Now Styles in LADY'S FOOTWEAR. CIptKing' and Mercery Full Stocks of lloady-mado Clotliing. Nico IIiingo of NEW. TIES, COLLARS AND SHIRTS. NOVELTIES in Braces, Studs, Mufflers, etc., otc. - The People's Store - Urana. The Largest Stock. The Best Assortment. Tlie Best Valu □BDBDBDcaBDnDannannBnnnnaHDHnDDaaQOGDQDDnnoBDBnBnB □ k Market, g I Sales ...

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Corowa Member at Tocumwal. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

Corowa' Member at cumwaL. Mr Ball,' who spoke in Tncumwal on Tuesdny tiveniii" June 3 is the member in tho State Parliament for the Corowa electorate, which tukos in Tocumwal under the N.S.YV redisuibution Buht-nio. Mr Bull is full of eneryy and ability and »is a sponkei* ranks \viih rlie best of those in the State Assembly It will ho indeed a bravo iii»n who attempts to unseat Mr Ball at tho St'ito elections at the- end of this year says the Tocutrwal "Guardian" At the list Stute elections, Mr Ball's opponent: wns Mr J. Grant, one of the piesent Iribor Senate candidates. The Labor nominee was badly defeated. Tho Curowa member is essentially a repre sentative of the man un the laud—tho real producer.

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LIVE STOCK EXAMINATIONS. Value of Post Mortem. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

LIVE "STOCK EXAMINATIONS. Value of Post Mortem. At the Narandera branch of the Agricultural Bureau the stock Inspec tor lor the district recently drew the attention of stock owners to the im portance of carefully Investigating every case of .disease or death that might occur among stock. Unfortun ately it is the most highly bred, and ■therefore the most valuable stock, that are most susceptible to disease especially in this case, he thought, with highly bred draught horses. It is remarkable what a large percent age of deaths are the result of causes I which are vaguely understood or al together unexplained even though, as this officer suggests', a little know ledge, such as could easily be obtain ed by everj farmer, might become a material factor in reducing the heavy losses that annually occur. A specific knowledge of certain diseases is not essential to useful ness in this way. Nearly every far mer when acting as his own butcher (as hundreds do) could acquire much oi ihe knowledge...

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LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE POLITICAL POSITION. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

LOCAL AND GENERAL. THE' POLITICAL POSITION. In the Constitution it is • pro vided that'if the House of Repre sentatives passes, admeasure and the Senate will not pass it thereby causing a deadlock, the Governor in-Council shall, after six months, dissolve both Houses. If after the election the deadlock con tinues. to exist the measure shall be decided by a joint sitting of both Houses, when an absolute —or two-thirds—majority will be required'to decide it. Attention is drawn to notice of sale in the estate of the late Arthur Gaunt by the Curator's Agent, Urana, of a substantial farm only six miles from Urana, and one mile'from Cullivel. The soil is described as the best in the dis trict for wheat cultivation and should make a nice home for some of our young farmers.. The date is fixed for the 16th July. Land Information.— 16th to 21st June, applications for 9 Su burban Holdings, Boree Creek. 24th June,,Sale of 4 Town Blocks Boree Creek. 30th June to 5th July applications for 1 Homes...

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Victorian Wheat Commission. [Newspaper Article] — The Urana Independent and Clear Hills Standard — 13 June 1913

Victorian Wheat -Commis sion. Tho Wheat Commission, which wn« appointed by the Viatorian Government, has, tn a progress report, said that the Victorian wheat producers are aim ing at the goal of absolute control of their wheat under a system of storage at country railway stations. The bag burden which the industry had to bear is variously assessed. The Victorian wheat producers loso over £118,000 a Jyear, but it is incontrovert ible that their loss, apart from tho value of bags, is very much heavier on account of handling charges and the inevitable waste. The opinion is jointly held that a better method would be for all weighing of export grain to he done at the despatching stations in the country over weighbridges controlled by the Railway Department, operated by sworn weighers, and the certificate of weight issued to be final. "Therefore, there is a strong desiro in the country," says the commission, "to have weighbridges placed by tho department at every grain despatching station...

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